2014 Wabash Prize for Nonfiction Now Open – Judged by Leslie Jamison

We are pleased to announce that the second annual Wabash Prize for Nonfiction is now open! Bestselling author Leslie Jamison will serve as the final judge. First prize in the contest is $1,000 and publication in the next issue of Sycamore Review. Leslie Jamison is the author of The Empathy Exams, a New York Times bestselling essay collection, and … Continue reading 2014 Wabash Prize for Nonfiction Now Open – Judged by Leslie Jamison

Rebecca Makkai to judge Wabash Prize for Fiction; Submissions Closed

Sycamore Review is pleased to announce that the 2014 Wabash Prize for Fiction will be judged by acclaimed author Rebecca Makkai. The winner, selected by Makkai, will receive a $1000 prize and publication in Sycamore Review. Rebecca Makkai’s second novel, The Hundred-Year House, will be available in summer, 2014 from Viking/Penguin. Her first novel, The Borrower, was a Booklist Top … Continue reading Rebecca Makkai to judge Wabash Prize for Fiction; Submissions Closed

Sycamore Review’s 2013 Pushcart Nominations

We are pleased to announce that we have nominated the following authors for the Pushcart Prize: Poetry Mary Ruefle, “Address Book”  (25.1) Geffrey Davis, “What I Mean When I Say Elijah Man” (25.1) Nonfiction Jeremy Collins, “Songs of My Father” (25.1) Jill Smith, “Trust Someone” (25.1) Fiction Angie Kim “Buried Voice” (25.2) Hannah Gersen “The … Continue reading Sycamore Review’s 2013 Pushcart Nominations

Sycamore Review Contributor, William Woolfitt, Wins Epiphany Editions Chapbook Prize

By Rosalie Moffett, Blog Editor From time to time, we at Sycamore Review like to celebrate our keen ability to recognize promising writers. Like, writers who not only engage and enthrall, but win prizes, too. William Woolfitt, whose story “Bellboy” appeared in our issue 20.2, is one of these writers. His chapbook was picked by … Continue reading Sycamore Review Contributor, William Woolfitt, Wins Epiphany Editions Chapbook Prize

Regular submissions closing, Wabash Fiction deadline extended

by Alisha Karabinus, Managing Editor Regular submissions in all genres will be closing a little early this year, on March 20 instead of March 31, due to the incredible volume received this year. Hurry and get those submissions in before Wednesday! We will be open again to regular submissions in the fall. We are, however, … Continue reading Regular submissions closing, Wabash Fiction deadline extended